nvvp on tx1?

Has anybody gotten nvvp loaded on the tx1? I can run nvprof but the sudo apt-get install nvidia-visual-profiler failed. I go

reading package lists…Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information… Done
E: Unable to locate package nvidia-visual-profiler.

Anybody else get it to work?

I’ve not tried running it on the board itself, but it (mostly) works if you run nvvp 7.0 on an x86 machine and use remote profiling. There are some issues with the memory bandwidth display (https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/903378/jetson-tx1/profiler-returning-nonsense-memory-statistics/) but everything else I’ve tried seems to be working.

For ease I was trying to develop while just working locally, without a x86 host to have to get the targeted code set working. It looks like the tegra system profiler is also set up to be run from a host and not actually run on the x1 by itself. Can anyone confirm that?

thanks,
wb

Hi wbergerson,

It looks like the tegra system profiler is also set up to be run from a host and not actually run on the x1 by itself.

No, it’s also targeting on Tegra-based device platforms TK1/TX1, please refer to https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/tegra-system-profiler
And should be able to find the related doc.

Cheers.

I can see nvprof cmd line tool included in Jetpack 3.2 delivered installation of R28.2.
I am just wondering if visual proifeler it is presented at TX2 system.
How do I install or call the visual Tegra System Profiler at TX2 device?
It seems that though being targeted to Tegra tx1/2 devices it is to be running from Host Pc rather than at Jetson locally.
Reference: https://youtu.be/R_GzhZe8IcM